Volunteer form for Evaluation, Ushers, Photography SitC 2019
If you've ever been to Science in the City you will know that it isn't your usual run of the mill festival. It is unique to Malta, bringing Science, Research and the Arts together. On the 27th September, Valletta is busy with humans of all ages having fun, learning and above all engaging with our scientists, volunteers, artists...

On the night, the festival is run by some 500 dedicated volunteers who work tirelessly to make the night the success it is. They are the force that makes this event possible. That is where you come in. We need volunteers, we need you to help our audience have the best experience at the festival. We need people who enjoy photography to help us document the event, others to help collect data from the visitors to help us gauge our strengths and weaknesses (evaluation/research) and we need volunteers to attract people into the activities (ushers).

If you feel you can be one of these lovely people and want to join our ever growing family, we can guarantee an amazing time with lots of new friends and a glimpse into what goes on behind the scenes. Training and certificates will be provided to all, so you will be well prepared for whatever task you choose.

Should you require further info, please do not hesitate to contact Gail Sant on gailsant97@gmail.com
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This is for student volunteers who want to receive Degree Plus accreditation, however your organisation needs to submit signed workshop and attendance sheets
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Please write the Acronym or name for your organisation. If you are unaffiliated say: "NA"
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Would you be comfortable performing experiments with secondary school children as part of another EU project that we run? When would you be available?
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